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Call for Papers

for a Future Special Issue of  

International Negotiation:  

A Journal of Theory and Practice – 

“Innovations in Negotiation Pedagogy through Experiential Learning and Simulations” 

Center Director Zheng Wang serves as the guest editor of a special issue of the International Negotiation journal (JIN): "Innovations in Negotiation Pedagogy through Experiential Learning and Simulations." The Journal invites interested authors to submit their paper abstracts by July 25, 2023.

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International Negotiation: A Journal of Theory and Practice is pleased to announce a call for papers for a special issue focusing on experiential learning in negotiation pedagogy, including but not limited to, the use of simulations and role-plays as instructional methods. We invite educators, researchers, and practitioners to contribute original, high-quality papers that will broaden our understanding of experiential learning approaches in negotiation education and enhance the effectiveness of negotiation pedagogy across various disciplines. 

Potential topics for this special issue include, but are not limited to: 

  • Theoretical bases for implementing experiential learning activities in negotiation pedagogy; 

  • Experiential learning activities (ELAs) in negotiation pedagogy and training. ELAs can take various forms, including simulations, role-plays, group exercises, case studies, problem-solving activities, field trips, and reflective discussions; 

  • Integrating artificial intelligence, technology, and multimedia into negotiation instruction; 

  • Case studies of successful experiential learning-based negotiation courses or workshops, including examples of actual simulations or exercises that educators can adopt in their teaching. 

 

We encourage submissions that explore the application of negotiation teaching across various disciplines, as well as in interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary settings. Papers that extend beyond experiential learning and simulations, encompassing other methods of teaching negotiation such as reflective practice and active learning more broadly, are also welcome. 

 

Submission Process and Guidelines: 

 

Authors interested in contributing to this special issue should submit a tentative title and abstract by July 25, 2023 to the Special Issue Editor at <CPCS@shu.edu>. Abstracts should be 300-400 words and include the purpose of the study, the methodology used, the relevance and implications of the study in relation to the theme of the special issue. Authors should clearly demonstrate how their paper contributes to experiential learning in negotiation pedagogy.  

Following an initial review, authors of selected abstracts will be invited to submit full manuscripts.

 

Please note that all full manuscripts will undergo a peer review process, and acceptance for publication is not guaranteed. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the special issue guest editor or the editorial team. 

 

We look forward to receiving your valuable contributions to this special issue on advancing negotiation pedagogy through experiential learning. Authors may find it helpful to consult a  previous issue of the Journal focusing on negotiation pedagogy and to consider connections to existing scholarship on simulation design and experiential learning.  

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